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Invertebrate mobile. Use the computer and your text to research the following information about your invertebrate: Kingdom, phylum, class Body structure Symmetry How they move External features Nervous systems (if present) Respiratory systems (if present) circulatory systems (if present)

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Invertebrate mobile

Invertebrate mobile

Use the computer and your text to research the following information about your invertebrate:

Kingdom, phylum, class

Body structure

Symmetry

How they move

External features

Nervous systems (if present)

Respiratory systems (if present)

circulatory systems (if present)

Lifestyles- life cycle

Reproduction- reproductive system

Habitat

Feeding habits

Prey

How they catch food

Special adaptations

Place in the ecosystem food chain and role in their environment (niche)

Affect on humans

Special characteristics- collar cells, regenerations , defense, how they adapt to survive, water vascular system etc.

Any other interesting information you find in your research


Invertebrate mobile

  • http://www.wvpt4learning.org/lessons/pdf06/invertebrates.pdf


Invertebrate mobile

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  • What are characteristics of all animals?

  • What are the two main divisions of animals?

  • What is the main difference?

  • What phyla are in each?

  • What is regeneration?

  • What is budding.

  • What is the simplest invertebrate?

  • What is the most advanced invertebrate


A nimals

Animals

  • snail

  • sponge

  • Sea anemone

  • Box jelly

  • Tapeworm

  • Planaria

  • Starfish

  • Squid

  • Octopus

  • Ascaris

  • Leech

  • Crayfish

  • Butterfly

  • Earthworm

  • Clam

  • Centipede

  • Millipede


M aterials

Materials

Brown bag labeled with your name- bring as many of the following as you can: (discuss with your partner what you are bringing in)

  • Metal hanger

  • Yarn (string)

  • Scissors, tape, markers

    The rest are possible ideas!

  • pipe cleaners

  • Glue on eyes

  • Scraps of fabric or felt

  • Tongue deperessors, popsicle sticks

  • Cotton balls

  • Q-tips

  • Gauze

  • Anything else you may need to make your animal


Procedure

Procedure

  • You will complete a mobile that must contain the following:

    • a hanging model of the front and back of your invertebrate

    • geometric shapes that explain each of the categories from the research portion

      • These must be organized appropriately and accurate

    • The front of the mobile must be covered with paper and labeled with the common name, kingdom, phylum and class.

  • At the end you will be responsible for presenting the information to the class


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